DevExpress VCL components version 16.1 now available!

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I just got an email telling me that the new release of DevExpress VCL components, version 16.1, is now available. The "What's New in vol. 16.1" page includes: Community Technology Preview (CTP) of the new VCL PDF Viewer Control, new VCL Callout Popup Control, new Range Track Bar Editor, new Windows Explorer View in the Grid Control, the Rich Edit Control now exposes the Windows Rich Edit Control's native API, and many other enhancements.

The DevExpress VCL component pack version 16.1 feature list for Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 can be found at  https://www.devexpress.com/Subscriptions/New-2016.xml#vcl

 

 

Here is the email message I received:

Hello David:
It's that time of year again – time for the launch of our first major product update for 2016. If you've been following our blogs over the past month, you may be familiar with some of the new products and features we're shipping in v16.1. If you've not had the chance to follow us online, we've got a lot of things to share with you...
From the official launch of DevExpress Diagram Control for Windows, to our new Web-based Dashboard Designer, ASP.NET Vertical Grid and PDF Viewer for Delphi, v16.1 is packed with dozens of new tools/features designed to help you leverage existing platform investments and to better address the evolving needs of today's app consumer.
Get started today and see everything we've included in v16.1: Read the What's New | Download the Free Trial.

 

Thank you so much, DevExpress, for your continued support of Delphi and C++Builder and for adding new VCL controls to every developers tool palette.

 



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